WWOOFING in South Australia - Nullarbor Traveller
You'll see them while you're WWOOFing with us. Wild emus at eco-tour farm-stay Coodlie Park, South Australia


Linking volunteers with organic farmers

Willing Workers on Organic Farms, or WWOOFing, as most of us know it, is a worldwide movement linking volunteers with organic farmers. Its goal is to promote cultural and educational experiences to help build a sustainable global community.

WWOOF at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat

In addition to operating wildlife adventure tours, we also own Coodlie Park Farm Retreat. This remote 3000-acre coastal / rural accommodation property is situated on the spectacular Eyre Peninsula. It’s about 700 km west of Adelaide in South Australia.

Offset your travel footprint while you’re in Australia

We are certified WWOOF hosts and are always on the lookout for hard-working travellers who share our passion for the environment.

We will teach you about the region, feed and accommodate you. And give you access to a private beach, take you out wildlife spotting, and essentially welcome you into our family during your visit.

In return you need to do about 6 hours work each day. The work includes a range of things such as:

  • tree planting,
  • native seed collection,
  • stone wall preservation,
  • fencing,
  • general farm chores,
  • painting,
  • gardening,
  • cleaning and
  • maintenance.

All of our tours stop off at Coodlie Park which means you can jump back on the bus and continue your journey when you are ready!

Check out one of our past WWOOFers blogs and get in touch if you think WOOFing is up your alley!

To be a WWOOFer you need to be registered. Head over to the WWOOF Australia website for all the most up-to-date information including changes to visa laws and applying for a second year visa.

Get more info, here.

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